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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 5 June 1909

r F I I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAHSATURDAYJUNL5 1909 WJtf + Jt TJ t f L 1 o + t + + H lH Hztr + f f UNION LABOR DEPARTMENT c f r I ± Under the Auspices I Address all Communications to t x of the W M PKJGOTOVjSditor t t OGDEN TRADES ASSEMBLY 37G Twenty fpurrK Street J d + H1r l GRAFT AND GRAFTERS i We hear a great deal these days iI about graft and grafters and Indeed I I 11 would require many volumes to ten of even n tltho of the graft that Is being practiced these days ana a sci oil almost as long as Mr Ilarri mans railroads on which to print all the names of all Jhe grafters There have been grafters practicing t In all ages of the world and the ex tent to which they were able to go In slich practices was largely duo to the political conditions existing in their respective countries If a set of cor rupt men were successful In climb 1 ing into ofllce and were not ousted f too soon we find the government be I coming corrupt and the longer they wore allowed to remain in olllcc the more c...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 5 June 1909

L mjmmmw r 0 F AGE Fn A I I tOf O t u r1 L LY IJ t E 444 E1 a eq rz + 0 0 I T u i t q SB I C l rryr 7 r t I 1 afc Q SOLING THE POLES I ay INt JL y i r = = c h r V v If THE BUSINESS SIDE OF lly J HOUSEKEEPING I t iJnJ Qe Marketing and Buying for the Family Ip O the majority of people econo my means simply purchasing m e article for a small sum of 1 money It may be that some a comparison is made with the price usu 1 ally asked for the article but often jf no such comparison is made The 3 questions of value received and final cost rarely enter into the calculations D i The real cost of an article is not known 1 until those two items arc counted in with I the original cost I Relying on sight or first impression is I i responsible for much extravagance with 1 people who mean to save Not long tj since I saw meat displayed for sale It was in small pieces suitable for a stew t and was marked at seven cents a pound r f The first impression was that the men t was cheap at seven cents On havin...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 5 June 1909

7 J 7 c f 1 r i I I I a NEW A DVIWS FFARMERS 1t LlII1 11t01l IJ JdIo1l I IIrhi Ir 1141 1 J I I I FOR PROPER DEHORNING I I Mistakes Made by Using Instru I ments Which Cause Lasting Injury Sometimes Death Whether or not dehorning Is cruel emploC depends upon the methods enp II 1 and the Instruments used It Is stated tim dehorning by an authority that In with tho saw there of over 10000 cows were rio deaths due to JhtfSjpcrutlon while In cows dehorned by shears there was trouble afterward In healing oC the wounds due no doubt to the crushing fracturing action which this Instrument has upon old horns where ossification of the cores in advanced It Is not usual to apply any prepara tion actor tho operation of dehorning prevent bleeding as the loss of blood fa notsufficient as a rule to bo of con J iI THE RESULTS orjMPROPEK DEHORNING sequence Caro should bo takon how ever to prevent substances from getting info the openings left after the horns arc removed The horn cores arc I elongations ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 5 June 1909

Q t rr PLri I r r IJ IT 1 I II Young PI4ivers Cuse of Recentof Rowdyism on Dimond By TOMMY CLARK I OT slnco tho tlmo when tho baseball magnates merely N winked their eyes at rowdy ism liavo thoro been so mhny I breaches of deportment on tho diamond These mond as thero aro this season JI serious outbreaks between rival play ers on tho field In the early season In view of tho spectators hivo been so general that President Ban Johnson of the American league and Acting I President Hey lor of the National ad dressed themselves to tho malofactors with promptness and determination so tho days of wranglinG will not return Tho quality of aggressiveness Is a good thing for a player and a club but when It reaches tho point of row dyism tho game Is going to suffer Below aro somo of tho recent dis graceful acts on the diamond In Brooklyn Third Baseman Lennox 1 of tho Superbas mado an unprovoked Tigers tried to steal homo with two down In tho ninth and was caught In Catcher CarrIgan of tho Boston...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 5 June 1909

v L I I L I t OFINTEQESTTOWONEN J I THINGS i 4 1 l F Cl i 1 r OT weather days fraught with trouble unfortunate girl who ble for the a I fi flea herself at n summer resort ellglb I one of many to tho solitary with man Tho country IK Coodcd Imbued with tho Mine these glrloall I 1 sense of love of pleasure and adm ration that beset tho girl aro The dangers I principal of tbuo Is nnnicrou but tbo t and take her desire to outshine her sisters t i I away tho only man on the Hotel porch t from all competitor This may bo dono selfseeking or merely In a I In a spirit of spirit of fun Whichever Is tho prime I reason It places the girl In the position I of throwing herself Literally at the man s I l head and If ho be a man he may laugh I I and Joko with her and pay certain actors I her for Ions to her bnt ho will despise her forward conduct and what the other f women In thu hotel will Baygoodness j only knows wife When a man starts out to pick n take her from the summer he does not I hotel ver...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 7 June 1909

r I 1 j NO GUESS WORK II I WEATHER FORECAST I J STANDARD DISPATCHES ARE GENUINE f taitbrb UTAHTHE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE AND GUARANTEED BY THE GREATEST I WEATHER WILL BE FAIR TONIGHT AND NEWS GATHERING ASSOCIATION IN + 1 COOLER IN NORTHERN PORTION THE VORLD THE ASSOCIATED PRESS j j t I THIRTYNINTH YEARNO 134 I I OGDEN CITY UTAH MONDAY EVENING JUNE 7 1909 I I PRICE FIVE CENTS I t J Ogden Will Vote Solidly Against I Capitol Special ax of One Milf CALL UP WEBER CLUB TO FIND YOUR VOTIN6 PLACE I r 1 This Is the First Victory to Be Achieved Looking to the Moving of the Capital From Salt Lake to OgdenState Must Be Taught a Lesson in EconomyVote No I Vote early tomorrow and vote against the special capitol tax By voting down tho lax Ogden will savo some 300000 In the fifteen years or taxation and furthermore will hayp an opportunity two years hence of voting to remove the capital from Salt Lake City to Ogden Even those who favor Utah building a capitol when the state Is financially able t...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 7 June 1909

7r7 Si < gpwjw t I 1 1 TFr STANDARD OGDEN TTTAH MONDAY JUNE 7 1909 1 SPORT + < + + + < + < + + Johnson May Be Trying to Dodge Mr Kelchel L New York June 7 Sporting mon hero today are declaring the belief that in agreeing to take on Al Kant man for a fight to be decided prob ably next Labor day Jack Johnson has taken the preliminary stop toward welching out of his match with Stan ley Ketchel t San Francisco October 12 Followers of tIle game declare that Johnson It Kaufman Is in shape can hardly expect to come out of tho bout oven though he v18 In condition ror a bruising go only a month later On the other hand friends of the black declare Johnson simply shows the supreme confidence he has in himself and that he expects to win from both Kotchel and Kaufman Johnson and Kaufman will receive bids for the fight from all clubs In the United States England and Franco until July 1 Australia Is barred Johnson declaring he was aousea so much there that he will never agan A put on t...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 7 June 1909

i THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY JUNE 7 1909 n tl ii tnt I II I r I I I r 0 ij IS S S CURES < e DLDSORES If an old soro existed simply because tho flosli was diseased at that particular spot It wouH bo an easy matter to apply some remody directly u bo to the placo thqt Vld kill tho germs or tho diseased flesh mightbo removed by a surgical operation and a euro effected But the vory fact that old sores resist every form of local or asternal treatment and even after shows that back of thorn Is a morbid causo return being cut away result Just as lone as tho which must be removed beforo a cure can ros pollution continues In the blood tho ulcer remains an open cesspool for the off S S S cures Old Soros deposit of impurities which tho circulation throws and taint rein of impurity by purifying the blood It removes every traco P I the circulation and thus completely does away with tho cause When and it is not a heal tohoal the begins S SS has cleansed tho blood sore surface cure but the h...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 7 June 1909

l 3 j f I I BENEFIT EVERYAVENUE INDUSTRIAL LIFE AND INSTITUTIONS TO BE FOSTERED AND ENCOURAGED AIRS EACH AND 4 Jtau < < td Entered as secondclass matter Utah at the Postofflce Ogden under Act of Congress Published Dally except Sunday by Wm Glasman = = = = = = SUBSCRIPTIONS I Advance 75 One Month Six Months In Advance 425 Twelve Months In Advance 800 i T Circulation guarantee I Thlt Certiffr totthcelrnbtM orM EVENING STANDARD gwtnltedbf cAc l bu teoaotttdarHttt AdrertkCr Ceri5dCircutafI0fl jhc Boo cn tl AtTW II II ouwwSl cup Tba PAper AAJ prortd by nvcsLtiOU that the circalMtioa record art ttpt with art and the crca uoo tttttd with sue A HCCOMCV tbt fdrertittrt agj lelf on any statements ofutsne made or 1M publnaett i IIIJer the otrMnbip and rJlIrIJ lfKnt V fcontrOAU 2 20 1908 < Le ADVERTISING RATES The Evening and SemiweeklJ Standard Per inch Dally change each day 203 E O D change each Issue JC Twice a week change each issue 220 Once each week 23 ° One time or other Irregul...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 7 June 1909

tL r > THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY JUNE 7 1909 Y I 01 I 1f J I I I f ft f I r I I I I I I t t I f > I i r STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phone two rlngaNo 58 Bell Phone two rings NO 56 BUSINESS OFFICE Ind Phone one ringNo 56 Bell Phone one rtnnNo G3 RANDOM REfERENCES Anna Morgensen Dend News was received yesterday announcing the death at Huntsvlllo Saturday of Anna Morgcnsen wife of Peter Morgensen after a lingering illness The de ceased came to Huntsvlllo thirty seven years ago and has resided there ever since Sho survived by her hus band rio funeral was held at tho Hunls lle meeting house at 1 oclock today and Interment will be made in Huntsville cemetery Buy Kodaks nod Supplies from Tho Tripp Studio 310 25th St Home For Vacation W H Reeder of Ogden is home for the summer va cation from tho University of Penn sylvania where ho is taking the law course Ho hag one year more to at tend to complete the three year course A money making opportunity for all who read Uso...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 7 June 1909

T f 7zn2 I I I J F THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY JUNE 7 1909 II 1111 I TT I X I Mr7hIR3 irL flTJ S Sj7 v I5i r I tII A7J A7JL1 I IF r i 3c CIDT I Vacation Suits 1 TUST think of it three months of rougliand L JUST outofdoorfun J Thats what your boy will got now S What do you imagine he will do to his Clothes Weve considered the matter and have provided for his vacation wear lines of moderate priced durable itsbl1ilt on purpose for vacation strenuousness 250 300 400 to 800 4 Buy the Boy one of our vacation Suits and let L him have his full measuro of fun > S FRED M NYE co 2413 WASH AVE I House Dresses WE ARE SHOWING AN ELE GANT LINE OF READYTO WEAR HOUSE DRESSES AT I EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES II Percale and Gingham Dreses l25 150 2t250 and 300 Dainty Light Lawn Saques 75 to 200 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF WELLMADE PERCALE GINGHAM AND WHITE LAWN DRESSES FOR CHILDREN SIZES 6 TO 14 150 to 500 y THE M M WYKES C0 lid RANDOM REFERENCES Idlewlld is now open under new managemenL We...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 7 June 1909

y 0 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY JUNE 7 1909 PI SOLUTION Of MORMON PROBLEM SUBJECT OF EDITORIAL READ BY REV MR ELDERKIN I Ho Urgos Dominant Church to Use Its Power to Make Utah a Dry I Clean State I = Preceding tho regular sermon las i evening at the Congregational church Mr Eldorkln read the following odl tonal which had for Its heading t Tho Solution of the Mormon ProD I 1 loin j There IB always a problem where power Is abused Nearly 300 years ago New England had the present Utah problem sitting on Its front porch Only we Congregationalists were the offending parties We ran the whole shop to suit ourselves Other Religious personages wore off the track and entitled to no consideration or re cpect We possessed the keys of tho t kingdom They had to heat us on the head before It dawned upon us that the Congregational church wasnt identical with the kingdom of God on earth I i But It was worth learning I came up from Salt Lake last Fri tiny with two good Mormons Both Iaid tithes and ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 7 June 1909

I I Tnll J i5TANnAR OOT rt QTAH MUztD T J1Tt1 T1 JOOT J r LuckyGrab P1 Sale Continued T Tomorrow II I Wo did not expect It would last over Sundaj A One young lady bought 1 opened it and a package I found a 1200 coat The II season was not the latest I lltbut the cloth was good The lining was k 4 gool guaranteed satin I I icsIze just happened to I 1 e all 0 K for her but II she wanted her money II back Her mother was I not with her The money I refunded She for If got was to look in the pocket I I for the check Strange II I she would have overlook n ed it The check has not boon drawn so far The I package was put back In II the window If It had 11 ibeen drawn Saturday we i II would have published tho name and called tho sale k A off and put the goods 1 back in stock The values are too groat for people II I to believe It One woman Saturday I with fear and trembling 1 k 4 bought a package and I was so well pleased j that she hunted up her II I husband and got five dol 1 lars invested in f...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 8 June 1909

t r NO GUESS WORK I I WEATHER FORECAST I STANDARD DISPATCHES ARE GENUINE fn t1anbr I t a1t ar UTAHTHEflICAONSARETHAT I AND GUARANTEED BY THE GREATEST WEATHER WILL BE PAIR ARE TODAY THAT AND THE 1 NEWS GATHERING ASSOCIATION IN I + TOMORROW J f f THE WORLD THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 r THIRTYNINTH YEARNO J35 I I OGDEN CITY UTAH TUESDAY EVENING JUNE 8 J909 I I PRICE FIVE CENTS I FOUR PERSONS LOSE TUEIR LIVES IN COLORADOS SWOLLEN STREAMS ieavy Rains and Melting Snow Cause Disastrous Floods Dam Breaks in a Town and Farms Are inundated by a CIoudburst Two People Drown While Attempting to Ford Stream and Two Others Meet Similar Fate in Raging River Denver Colo June SFloods due o heavy rains in some instances ap ironching cloudbursts and molting now Is causing damage in many sec ions of the state Four lives have hem lost In swollen streams and much destruction of prop rrtv caused In the past twentyfour hours The Grand Junction wator sys tem Is threatened a tremendous Hood in the Grand and Gunnis...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 8 June 1909

T > r T I = I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY nnaigo9 i J r S I Special Rates totheEastl Plan Now DATES OP SALE June 4 6 11 12 18 26 July 2 3 23 24 August 1814 Sep i tember 10 11 BOUND TRIP EATEfl To Omaha Kansas City 4000 Chicago 5500 St LouIs 4900 St Paul 5200 Poorla 5110 Final limit October 31 stopovers diverse routes THROUGH SERVICE Dally through standard and tourist I service to Oma i lit sleeping car I ha Chicago st Joneph Kan I Bas City St Louis Personally i ally conducted through tourist sleeper excursions several days i each week I AND GO BURLINGTON I SCENIC COLORADO I Tho Burlingtons through main lines to Chicago and St Louis form a conspicuous portion of the eastern Journey Note the great variety routes and the Important cities included If I your ticket reaflR Burlington I ton No tour of the east Is complete without tho Burlington I Is a part of it Consult ns We I are located In Utah to help youR i 0 R F NESLEN I G AI Burlington F J I I Route3O7ManSt < II Salt Lake ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 8 June 1909

I1 p I THE STANDARD OlrDISjy UTAH TUESDAY JUNE 8 1909 S Ii I I Br I Ie M NIING NEWS I 10EATH VALLEY SCOTTY TURNS UP WITH BIG ROLL Salt Lake City June 7WTeH lies ick nnd lie has the change with liii That Is the latest dope on Death alll Scott who made his appear Nice in Lida recently with a bank roll Us big us a stovepfpi1 and plenty of IctcMininatlon Juat exactly where he pxpects to go or just exactly where he I oml s from is another question and I lio remains Just as much a mystery jus ever says the Oolcl field Tribune I Not So many moons ago the papers if the cast published first page sto Ils concerning the fact that Scotty was down and out Dut just the same ScottJ turned up at Llda night be fore last at the camp of the New Cen t tennial company George Dover one if the heavy stockholders of the Cen b tnnial said yesterday that upon his pfinvltatlnn Scotty spent the night with thorn at the camp and hat upon undressing for the night ho took from his pocket a hunch of bills are large...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 8 June 1909

r I 7 t I PAIES BEACH AND BENEFIT EVERY AVENUE OF INDUSTRIAL LIFE AND ARE INSTITUTIONS TO BE FOSTERED AND JSNCOTOAGEIV j1tt tUZ41d = Entered as secondclasa matter > Utah at the PostOffice Ogden under Act of Congress published Dally except Sundays by Wm Qla mann SUBSCRIPTIONS One Month In Advance 76 Six Months In Advance 425 Twelve Months In Advance 800 Circulation u anti ofrbt tUMcralstloo frCertie 1 e EVENING STANDARD l1difld UJd Li PU4Dtad b7 ch 1 t aI beta AdrertiIr 6tjJ1 C1IrVIL1O Vice flooA Sf I 5 kP b7 snrc3t1S10 j bu proMl Tb Paper thai ih cra1aCoo record arc rpt wltb wIck rfth circulAtion clICrd carr and fM tbat adreriiae n iay re IJ o any lJotllrac sLofrjvcoU ofIM fld fy the publlJbtn codrr tM owocnlJrp aDd mwgemtnt 4 i AutI 20 190 ADVERTISING RATES The Evening and SemiWeekly Standard Per inch 20c Dally change each day E O D change each Issue 21c Twice a week change each Issue 22n I Once each week 23c One time or other irregular InBer Ions 25c If adVoVtlsementfl run more...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 8 June 1909

I e v THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY JUNE 8 1909 S 1 STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phone two rlngD No 5Q t Bell Phone two rings No 56 BUSINESS OFFICE x Ind Phono ono ringNo GO Bell Phone one ringNo 55 RANDOM REfERENCES I Buy Kodaks naG Supplies from Tho Trtpp Studio 340 25th St I A money making opportunity for all 1 who readUse Lewis Good Coal phones 149 1 Funeral Service Over Mrs Anna r Morgeneen The funeral of Mrs Anna Morgeneen was held yesterday at the Huntsvllle meeting house at 1 oclock i The speakers were John C Cramer Adam L Peterson and Bishop John Hall Music was rendered by the Huntsvllle choir Interment was made in the Huntsvllle cemetery EZMoney KellyMoney to loan on any good real estate fieo J Kelly I Hess Bread Is made In a clean shop All doughs are mixed by machinery Personal Damage SuItThe per sonal damage caso of mmeline Still er against the Ogden Light Rail way company was resumed In district court yesterday morning and a large number of witnesses and sp...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 8 June 1909

0 f rm I I I > I I I THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY TONE 8 1909 0 j r = I 1r 11 It IJ j j L 9 f I f fI I I I ttii 1171 I III I I L COTII O 1 LiVacation Suits I I 41 UST think of it three monihs of roughand JUST outofdoor fun i Thats what your boy will get now i What do you imagine ho will do to his Clothes 7 I Weve considered the matter and Have provided for his vacation wear lines of moderate priced durable itsbuilt on purpose for vacation strenuousness S250 300 400 to 800 I Buy the Boy one bf our vacation Suits and let I him have his full measure of fun I i FRED M NYE co i 2413 WASH AVE I J I House Dresses WE ARE SHOWING AN ELE GANT LINE OF READYTO WEAR HOUSE DRESSES AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES Percale and Gingham Dreses 125 Jpl50 2 250 and 300 Dainty Light Lawn Saques I 75 to 200 vFf HAVE JUST RECEIVED I i A NEW LINE OF WELLMADE I PERCALE GINGHAM AND I WHITE LAWN DRESSES FOR I CHILDREN SIZES G TO 14 150 to 500 I filE M M WYIES CO I i BREVITIES I Idlewild Is now open under new...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard. — 8 June 1909

I j 1 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY JUNE 8 1909 SENATE IS SCENE H Of LIVELY CONTEST SENATORS ALDRICH AND BEVER IDGE DID MOST TALKING Both Senators Were Frequently On Their Feet and Many Sharp Conflicts Occurred I I Washington June 7Thc senate chamber was again today the scene of a lively contest Senator Aldrich leading the conservatives and Senator Dovorldge heading the progressives did most of tho talking Doth sena tors were frequently on their feet and thore were many sharp conflicts be tween them Beginning tho session with a vote on the recommendation of 5ils com mittee for a duty of 2 cents a square I yard and 20 per cent artvaloicm on the fabric known as window Hollands Senator Aldrich was apparently borne what encouraged over the prospect of making decided headway with the cot ton schedule His hopes however were doomed to disappointment for only a few mo ments afterward Mr Bcvcrldgc took I the floor and before he concluded ho had opened such a gap that the Rhode Island senat...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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